Why Should You Switch To Non-Toxic Cookware To Protect Your Health?


Cooking can be a wonderful way to nourish our bodies with nutrient-dense foods while creating a foundation for optimum wellness. However, the cookware we use can make a huge difference.


Did you know that conventional cookware such as nonstick pans, coated pots, Teflon, coated enamel that flakes off, and aluminum leech toxins into our food? These toxins can have a negative effect on our health. Every time we cook, we are potentially increasing our toxin intake.


That's not what we want when creating healthy dishes that are meant to nourish our health.

It's important to look at all areas of our lifestyle that could potentially contribute to the toxic load of our bodies. This helps our bodies to function better and to not accelerate the aging process.


Non-stick cookware contains a manmade chemical called perfluorooctanoic acid, which stays in the human body for a long time accumulating and in the air in your home.

While aluminum cookware is highly reactive & leaches into food. It has been shown that these toxins are linked to cancer, liver damage, infertility, delays in growth development, neurotoxicity, high cholesterol, Alzheimer’s, thyroid issues, Inflammation, weakened immune system, allergies, etc.


NONE OF THIS SOUNDS APPEALING TO ME, SO THAT IS WHY I MADE THE SWITCH TO NON-TOXIC COOKWARE TO PROTECT MY HEALTH AND MY FAMILIES HEALTH

If this interests you, I have some wonderful suggestions for healthy cookware alternatives.

  • Pure Ceramic cookware (not ceramic coated)

  • Cast iron cookware (properly seasoned)

  • Pure clay cookware

  • High-quality stainless steel. The reason it should be high quality is it can leach nickel into your food if it is not high quality

  • Wooden cooking utensils (I love bamboo that is not coated)

  • Normal plastic cooking utensils leech microplastics into food

  • Glass Tupperware for cooking & storing food in a healthy alternative to plastic

  • Instead of or using aluminum foil when cooking, try parchment paper or simply use a glass cooking dish. Aluminum has been linked to Alzheimer's and other neurological disorders

Being conscious of these types of things is wonderful because it gives us choices and room to make improvements over time. In doing so, we reduce our toxin intake and encourage our bodies to function optimally.


Cheers to healthy cooking!

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